A new book, "A Most Deliberate Swindle," details the way clean transportation was stifled at its dawning in the U.K.
For the most part, the damage won’t come from hijacked jets. It will come from an atmosphere made toxic by our burning of fossil fuels.
Crude oil prices are cratering, down 20 percent this year, in the biggest six-month free fall in years.
Saudi Arabia has gotten too big for its britches, and the oil-producing Middle East is turning even more unstable. And if you are an American, it is your fault.
Improved technology and falling costs are moving electric car sales into the fast lane as manufacturers are now able to achieve significant economies of scale.
You wonder if part of the friction between Sweden's new left-wing government and Saudi Arabia is between a strong female leader like Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallström and the geriatric male chauvinist leadership of Saudi Arabia, who won’t even let women drive.
Some observers have alleged that lower oil prices will slow down the green energy revolution.
It will take time to de-suburbanize the U.S. and move habitations and jobs back into manageable cities, but the world doesn’t have that much time. That's why Tesla Motors' new gigafactory is very, very good news.
Urban sprawl may not be as bad for the environment as we thought -- as long as every home is fitted with solar panels and electric cars become the norm.